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Out There stories relating to "New Mexico UFO"

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Two New Mexico residents were perplexed to see a house trailer standing in a field across from their property one night. The lights were on and everything looked normal. But there was a problem: no house had been there during the day. The field had been empty. The next morning, the 'house' was gone. So, was it a landed UFO? Was it something even stranger?

Back in the 1970s, the famous Australian psychic Glennys McKay was walking in an old graveyard in Hawaii when she noticed a brightly lit house on a hill nearby. She was joined by a tall individual, very pale, who seemed to have come from it. When she asked about it, the brusque reply was, 'it's not a house.'
A favorite means of camouflage, perhaps?

We have to wonder how often such things go entirely unnoticed...

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

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These blue lights appeared over Dulce, New Mexico last night. In UFO legend, Dulce is the site of an underground alien base. A number of cattle mutilations were recoded there in the 1970s.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

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When your Out There editor took a look at this video, I assumed 'hoax.' But then I noticed that none of the usual easily identified signs of an amateur CGI job were present, so I was intrigued enough to send it to one of our video experts, who was intrigued. My conclusion: I still think it's probably CGI, but it is very well done. Our special effects expert is not so sure. This is his reaction:

"It has old style stars and bars on the hull. We do still use them but
usually they are grey. Why our Air force would be so dumb to plant those
on the hull is beyond me. Still the composite work is amazing. Very well done
if it is composite work. Additionally the lighting match is perfect as is the density
of the atmosphere. Not to mention its location when seen again after the car
goes through the underpass. And the tracking is spot on.

"The distortion, despite what others may think, is the compression of the image
for You Tube. I'd like to see the original uncompressed but I'm sure
it would hold up. The camera was having issues with motion blur and frame
rate. Whenever it moves quickly you get a stepped effect from frame rate and
blur. It's how a less expensive camera deals with things.

"The main problem I have with all this is obvious. We don't test top secret
aircraft in day light or near populated areas unless there's an accident.
This thing is huge, too, and would be hard to hide once it landed.

"However, if this is real, we may be looking at a
deliberate attempt to start leaking, which is the way classified
aircraft are sometimes introduced to the public."

"Still, it just looks too good to be true. But that doesn't mean it's not.
Personally it gave me the creeps. Maybe it's a stunt for an upcoming

--Steve Neill. Steve is a special effects and video expert. His website is SNeillFX.com. You can
find more of his work in progress on his blog, SteveNeill.Wordpress.com


Thursday, October 6, 2011

This is quite a good night video of a triangle. It does not appear to be a CGI effect.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Lights dropping into the treeline in Oregon, landing in New Mexico--is something unusual really going on, or is the unusual becoming usual??
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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

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This very unusual video shows some lights in the sky being circled by a helicopter, which is the engine sound heard in the video. Very loud explosions also take place, of unknown origin.
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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

This is far from the first time this has happened. When it took place in Russia, it so frightened them that they dismantled the entire command center where it had occurred, because it nearly caused them to pull the trigger. We should perhaps consider ourselves warned.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

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